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Deer Hunting by Simon Sucklemod - Tue, 30 Aug 2016 19:38:56 EST ID:i1WGLwjo No.42757 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Looking to start deer hunting soon, i want to start getting my own meat but am unsure about how to start the process.

I already know the season time and i will have to get a license, but will I need a guide? if so how much would it cost, i already know I am going to need to take it somewhere to be processed i live in NC so it shouldn't be too hard to find.

What type of gear will I need, what type of rifle/shotgun would be the best to use?
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Eugene Cucklebot - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 11:41:45 EST ID:gYI4dRyi No.42763 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42762
That's a bit steep for a yugo as they are notorious for having gas port problems. I would go with a military surplus Chinese sks, not the Norinco manufactured ones although they are still acceptable. I wouldn't pay more than 400 unless it was a Russian Tula, they have the best build quality and the stocks are beautiful.
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Eugene Cucklebot - Thu, 01 Sep 2016 12:00:56 EST ID:gYI4dRyi No.42764 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>4276
Here you go

http://www.jgsales.com/mobile/chinese-sks-type-56-semi-auto-rifle,-7.62x39,-military-surplus-issue-with-bayonet,-c-r.-used.-p-58288.html
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Augustus Fuvingstit - Fri, 02 Sep 2016 15:32:38 EST ID:xm3CDkbu No.42765 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42760
Sks is plenty accurate, just need to know where to hold it. Still in combat today too, albeit in shit tier countries.

I live in PA and a shotgun is better for hunting up here. Trees keep most shots with in 50 yards, and slugs are accurate too 100 yrds in my experience. I have never been to NC but if it's in Appalachian country I would think it would be similar.

This of course is different if you are a farmer or hunting farmland, but I don't know any and use the state forest and game lands wich are thick as fuck.

Shotguns also allow you to hunt pretty much anything, if OP wants to try his hand at small game or med or varmints.
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Augustus Tootstock - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 09:18:13 EST ID:P0SmsJ8P No.42767 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42766
The first reports were SKS but it was later found to be an AK74 in 5.45
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Esther Hedgeforth - Fri, 28 Oct 2016 14:55:53 EST ID:smZRU/BF No.42854 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>42757
I've hunted most of my life in TN and around NC for deer. As for guides, it is generally better to find some private land owners and ask politely, if that doesnt work look around for some local hunting groups (be wary of old fudds) and most of the time you can chip in for land leases. Make sure to check NC laws for deer hunting calibers. As for myself i use a .270 Savage. (pic related) Best of luck to ya.


Helmet cam footage by Jenny Suffingstock - Wed, 27 Jan 2016 01:44:19 EST ID:oYDCa+PD No.42105 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=uZ2SWWDt8Wg

At about 3:37, what is that thing that pops off Shooty McSprayandpray's SAW?

8:30, SPILT GATORADE! WHYYYYYYY?

Take a shot every time he muzzle sweeps his buddies.
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Graham Backleville - Sun, 10 Apr 2016 13:33:22 EST ID:fPgmTHb6 No.42356 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Saw these on /b/ tube.
http://youtube.com/watch?v=w45Wdv0LG-0
http://youtube.com/watch?v=JW-VWqTnV94
http://youtube.com/watch?v=L8-wr8_qRBQ
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Charlotte Crezzleford - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 07:36:00 EST ID:9bFlUB33 No.42389 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42356
I can't see how only two people were killed by that Apache attack.

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=ouScnB-F-6k
Lol
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=BCN0y4BHiGs
And this is what that looks like on the receiving end.
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Phyllis Worthingfuck - Wed, 27 Apr 2016 11:41:00 EST ID:FoxeIEHb No.42414 Ignore Report Quick Reply
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=aM3ElTvF52I

Fresh from /b/, genuine ISIS helmet cam footage.

Wow, it's like a Three Stooges routine but with RPGs.
Dat tactical roll, doh.
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Sophie Clittingstock - Sun, 09 Oct 2016 07:40:19 EST ID:FOlyhdYj No.42834 Ignore Report Quick Reply
Most of this combat gopro footage, you don't actually see the enemy, it's just some guys firing over a wall and tripping over each other. If it wasn't for the bodies they might be LARPing with live ammo, but this compilation is of contacts that got real close up and personal.
https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=PbSPBVpPqgc
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Nicholas Sasslecherk - Fri, 21 Oct 2016 16:30:50 EST ID:NYD4yYpQ No.42851 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>42414

>NO ABU HAAJAR!


French (Paris/Verdun) laws about personal weapons by Ishmael - Thu, 29 Sep 2016 23:51:24 EST ID:oypYWAav No.42822 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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I'm about to go back to Paris. It is not a friendly city, particularly when you get lodged near La Defance.

Does anyone know what the weapons laws there are like and how they are enforced? Same question about permissible battery rules; Can I use force against someone currently picking my pocket? How about someone running down the street with my wallet?

Last time i stuck to a 1.5L bottle with capsacin (spelling?) naturally extracted into the water. Primarily used as a club. Secondary use - poor mans pepper spray. If asked why I was carrying it, I heard it was a great hangover remedy.

I'd prefer something better this time. Weighted walking sticks? A sap? Something semi-obvious would be nice... I'd rather be avoided than surprise an attacker.

I fear getting in a fight there and losing. Doesn't matter how many guys; One or twenty. I'd still have to admit to anyone who saw my scrapes and asked that I'd been beaten up by the French. I don't think I could survive that shame.
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Graham Nellertotch - Sun, 02 Oct 2016 00:02:47 EST ID:gYI4dRyi No.42823 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42822
Nowadays I would be more cautious around the migrants the government is so eager to take in than the native french, especially at night in a large city like Paris. I assume firearms are out of the question because Europe, so I would carry something with a long reach, but also inconspicuous. Your suggestion of a walking stick is pretty good imo, possibly with a hidden blade unless that's too mall ninja for you. Also I would carry a small fixed blade as well if the law allows it.
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Thomas Hiblinglune - Mon, 03 Oct 2016 15:46:42 EST ID:mcYaEdD8 No.42824 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42823

If I were you, I'd have to carry something. Best bet is to try to contact local law enforcement and ask them what defensive measures citizens are permitted to carry in a given jurisdiction (Such as within the limits of the city you're staying in).

Aside from that, make it a point to be extremely aware of your surroundings and of other people. The way things have been going in Europe, you get groups of young migrant men without employment and nothing better to do than walk around at night. If you get into a tussle with one of them, every arabic speaking male within earshot is going to come and see why one of their brothers is shouting.

And then you're going to be fighting who knows how many, and you will lose. And never let yourself appear to be distracted or unaware, that invites trouble.
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Martin Packleridge - Sun, 30 Oct 2016 20:03:35 EST ID:CvjiOO3P No.42855 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42822
Go on the darknet and get a gun.


Where Do I Buy by Fuck Fammerweck - Sat, 06 Aug 2016 19:12:23 EST ID:LwaPvmZN No.42722 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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A Gorka,Im looking for a good source for one of these uniforms. That ships from inside the US.
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Charles Babberpedge - Sun, 28 Aug 2016 19:42:42 EST ID:DhOd5SxD No.42754 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42749
>region claimed by a separatist organization
Yeah, sure. A separatist organization.
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Jack Dollerfeck - Mon, 29 Aug 2016 05:12:50 EST ID:w4ctr438 No.42756 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42754
Separatist doesn't imply independence, only that they want to separate from Ukraine.
Everyone knows they're Russian-funded Russian Nationalists.
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Albert Cibberworth - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 23:36:40 EST ID:3Kev88KV No.42814 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So when did you start hating freedoom?
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Albert Cibberworth - Sat, 24 Sep 2016 23:36:40 EST ID:3Kev88KV No.42815 Ignore Report Quick Reply
So when did you start hating freedoom?
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Augustus Honeyshit - Mon, 26 Sep 2016 18:22:12 EST ID:ChSzo2A4 No.42817 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42756

Everyone except that guy.


.308 rifle by DRAT - Sat, 20 Aug 2016 03:26:53 EST ID:07F54FW4 No.42736 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hi. I'm looking for an AR-10 that's light enough that I can shoulder it and shoot it comfortably. I've got a Trijicon Accupoint sitting around as well so I'll have a good optic for it.

I was initially looking for M&P 10's but I can't find them anywhere and nobody's distributors has them but I saw a Daniel Defense DD5V1 at one of my local gun stores that looked really good. You guys think I should get one?

I should say I'm not particularly interested in a SCAR due to the magazine cost. The Daniel is also more accurate in theory.
god bless
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Nigel Puttingpeg - Tue, 20 Sep 2016 23:15:30 EST ID:eNNxH8HH No.42805 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42752
good
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Phoebe Criffingman - Wed, 21 Sep 2016 04:05:59 EST ID:07F54FW4 No.42807 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>42804
I don't like being that guy, but I prefer Colts over most AR's. The only reason being is I got into guns about 6 years ago and back then there weren't as many factory options that were as well priced as a Colt 6920 for the same amount of quality.

Now you can have FN's, BCM is great, the value guns like the M&P15 and AR556 are at great price points but do cut a few corners to reach that. Building a rifle is awesome too- I built a 20" 5.56 ar on a Aero upper and lower with a FN barrel, a sick ass geiselle rail and trigger, and a vltor A5 stock that is so goddamn fun to shoot and even with the A2 birdcage has nearly no recoil.

A buddy of mine has a Daniel AR15 that is real nice, I think its the DDM4V5 and it has never jammed. It's pretty accurate even though he only has iron sights on it.
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Nicholas Dreshhone - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 07:20:06 EST ID:d2c3lETU No.42811 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42807
I have a colt and can confirm. Feels better in hand and shooting. Buddies have a ruger and a mnp, and even they can't deny.
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William Wunnerken - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 13:10:58 EST ID:07F54FW4 No.42812 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42811
Idk if you notice this, but the actions on Colts feel like they're greased all the time, especially when compared to M&P's and Rugers and even some BCM's
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Alice Huttingspear - Thu, 22 Sep 2016 17:08:06 EST ID:ekt3NBSQ No.42813 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42812
Yeah so smooth. I honestly wouldn't buy a ruger AR, I didn't like it. You can build one for same/cheaper.


Favorite Rifle Thread by Groundwalker - Sun, 07 Feb 2016 22:53:53 EST ID:YZrQjDGq No.42155 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Please offer insight why, as well.

>1945 SKS (Russian)

These things are pretty rare to find. Had a service life of 2 years before the AK-47 took over. The shape of this rifle and bayonet makes me super excited for whatever reason. I admire reliability over anything in mechanics, and this is no slouch being Russian and all. I've seen banana clip conversions and plastic mods to make it look and feel modern, but the wood and stripper clips is what gives this mofo so much character. I suppose you can compare it to the same affiliation people have for revolvers. Oldies but goodies.

Whatcha got guys?
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Nell Shakedock - Mon, 18 Apr 2016 08:04:22 EST ID:Ff5FSsFc No.42386 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42385
You seem to overestimate how much I care about impressing anons on a chan.
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pony !zomGDeAgLE - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 05:53:55 EST ID:JW6A/1ow No.42387 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42383
tl;dr - yep, it's bs
I make my own lead bullets, so I have a pretty good idea of what the raw material costs of just the projectiles would be. A 26 lb lead brick runs about 50 USD (not including shipping), or 3640 grains per USD. Given the current exchange rate of .783 CAD per USD, that becomes 2850 gr per Canadian dollar. So completely disregarding fabrication and distribution costs for the standard 40 grain round nose, $5 would buy 365 projectiles, give or take a few.

A quick survey of .22s from online stores with the .ca domain shows American Eagle (lol irony) boxes of 500 going for 36 CAD, which would be ~$28 in burgerstani jewgolds. At 5.6c per round, that's great compared to the current US market, but not unbelievably so. In fact, that's about the same price as we had in those heady days before the 2008 elections. Thanks, Obongo.
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pony !zomGDeAgLE - Tue, 19 Apr 2016 06:01:02 EST ID:JW6A/1ow No.42388 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42387
Dammit, I meant 0.783 USD per CAD. Maple syrup dollars have less purchasing power than mcburger dollars. I need sleep. At least the math still checks out.
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George Pellerhood - Sun, 04 Sep 2016 23:27:55 EST ID:zbvME4nj No.42770 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42155
Sorry for the necro bump, but this triggered muh autism.

>Had a service life of 2 years before the AK-47 took over.
The first production SKS rifles were produced in 1949 and continued being produced in the Soviet Union until 1956. The SKS did not have a short service life in the Soviet military. The AK didn't really kick it to the side until enough AKMs were produced so they remained in service until the late 60s/early 70s. Soviet made SKS rifles aren't even rare.
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Edward Briffingworth - Mon, 12 Sep 2016 00:39:28 EST ID:hSJZ7H9V No.42781 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42770
SKS was experimental in '44 tho wasmt it? Nb because im too lazy to just google the answer in a new page and instead am just going back to looking @porn in said new page.


ak 47 by jared leto - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 07:56:15 EST ID:FhAqi3nw No.42741 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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DICKS EVERYWHERE
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Molly Turveywater - Mon, 22 Aug 2016 11:26:29 EST ID:dd9lGFdK No.42742 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42741
Wrong gun, you want a Type 56
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Polly Gecklekork - Wed, 24 Aug 2016 03:19:49 EST ID:i1WGLwjo No.42744 Ignore Report Quick Reply
this nigga real name him self jared leto, make a thread called ak 47 with no text and post a picture of asia?
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Martin Cribblehet - Wed, 24 Aug 2016 20:21:32 EST ID:wM4Nk0UG No.42745 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42744

smh


homemade suppresors by George Bupperbanks - Tue, 23 Aug 2016 03:17:39 EST ID:R8hVIQ3N No.42743 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wq3NORwXJ78
pretty good

econo can seems good


Noguns v.s. Dragoncon by Edwin Brebblebanks - Sun, 21 Aug 2016 00:17:42 EST ID:1cb3+H2I No.42740 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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https://archive.is/DJ4Gk

Next, Punisher goes back to using mercy bullets.


Thread for a Retarded noob by Emma Hinnerhirk - Tue, 19 Jul 2016 03:01:39 EST ID:+FT7xnHN No.42653 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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Hello /nra/

I am going to buy my first pistol in the coming week or two. Currently my only firearm is an old bolt action rifle. I have fired pistols maybe 5 times in my life. I know the simple rules of gun safety, and that's about all. What is a good type of gun and sort of place to acquire it for an idiot with no knowledge or experience? Should I buy it at a local gun shop or online? Any input appreciated.

Budget is $500 or less. Was hoping to pick up some ammo with the weapon too.

Reason for firearm ownership is practicing at the range, and self-defense for the home.
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Shitting Bullerway - Tue, 19 Jul 2016 04:03:02 EST ID:CRDE1Hji No.42654 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42653
Feel the grip and make sure you like the sights before you purchase any handgun, glock is an easy first choice if your area isn't in the middle of a price spike. Bersa has good budget guns. CZ has some old models that are usually under 500
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Sidney Gooddale - Tue, 19 Jul 2016 14:07:53 EST ID:kJeuOnxy No.42656 Ignore Report Quick Reply
CZ P-07 or P-09 could be a good choice because of the price. Think about guns like the Caniks, Grand Powers, SD9's as well. That's all I can think of off the top of my head that fits your price range new.

If I were you I'd find a local gun store or two with good selections so you can hold some guns. Personal preference is king and don't let the clerks sell you something you don't want.
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Augustus Drallyworth - Wed, 20 Jul 2016 06:03:11 EST ID:hUkAfksU No.42663 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42653
All of these posts off good advice in my opinion. Check out a used cz, glock, xd, or m&p.
I have heard good things about canik and the like (glock copies essentially, around 350 each).
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Clara Barringfield - Wed, 20 Jul 2016 07:06:55 EST ID:kid+kEHU No.42664 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Smith & Wesson SD9 VE. I got mine for $300 with a serpa holster and a pox of hornady hollow points. Its basically a Glock but way cheaper. I have one and I love it.
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Shit Coddlesatch - Thu, 11 Aug 2016 19:53:41 EST ID:L++BzQr1 No.42732 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42664

This right here. It so much like a glock that from what I've heard they owe money to Glock each time one is sold.


Its pretty much everything you're looking for, good range gun, good home defense. As the guy who sold me mine said, "If I had to storm the Kermlin with only a handgun, this is what I'd take."

Take down lever is a bitch though.


Best seat in the house by Martha Honningnore - Thu, 11 Aug 2016 11:00:59 EST ID:jIAYibfH No.42731 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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http://www.businessinsider.com.au/these-pictures-of-the-xm-210-sniper-rifle-2012-2?r=US&IR=T
http://deadspin.com/5883203/this-looks-like-a-fortified-snipers-nest-at-the-super-bowl

Photo credit: the future

Lol, this is the first time I've seen THAT credit. What a time to be alive.


choose 1 by Charlotte Feblingwater - Tue, 19 Jul 2016 18:33:04 EST ID:R8hVIQ3N No.42658 Ignore Report Reply Quick Reply
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choose 1 and explain why

.357 | .44 | .45

i may only get one
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Fanny Gammlegold - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 19:04:37 EST ID:CU0hBX/y No.42709 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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>>42707

Combination weapons are generally awful. The swiss did it pretty well with the halberd/poleax though, gotta give 'em that.
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Albert Dallylun - Fri, 29 Jul 2016 20:01:16 EST ID:7yiU6amr No.42710 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42709
Fuck off troll.
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Phyllis Nerringmot - Sat, 30 Jul 2016 15:49:41 EST ID:CU0hBX/y No.42711 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42710

What is troll lyfe about my post? Look in the "hilarious weapons thread," you'll see plenty of examples.
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Lydia Brookman - Tue, 09 Aug 2016 00:36:35 EST ID:zMLPI6zV No.42724 Ignore Report Quick Reply
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Id just like to point out...
357 what Sig or magnum?
.45 what, acp, long colt?
.44 what? american, magnum? .44 fucking special?
if all were talking about is caliber then why not go for a 12 gauge...oh wait that isn't a caliber its a unit of measurement pertaining to weight of lead balls or some shit...
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Simon Greenbanks - Tue, 09 Aug 2016 08:12:05 EST ID:QH8hsAqz No.42726 Ignore Report Quick Reply
>>42724
Piss off faggot.

Since you apparently missed elementary school, here's a quick tip:

When the meaning of a term can be construed as ambiguous, apply the plain meaning. Every other user in this thread was capable of doing that. So maybe the problem is you.


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